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SolidWorks 2008 vs. Autodesk Inventor 2008

SolidWorks 2008 vs. Autodesk Inventor 2008

SolidWorks 2008 vs. Autodesk Inventor 2008

People please help.

I've got a very attractive suggestion from Inventor. Currently I'm working with SW2007 (basic edition) and I must do my decision to continue to SW2008 (professional) or to switch to Inventor 2008 (professional). I'm starting a new project anyway, so i don't care about the parts, I've built in SW. In my design I have to perform a lot of static and dynamic simulations, my assembly has about 600-800 unique parts and many parts are from standard libraries (fasteners, bearings etc.)
Please help me with decision

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